Email address for Kate Lindner:
School - 728-2400 X8655
This year I am excited to be teaching two sections of IB Sports Exercise and Health Science (SEHS) as well as three sections of Human Body Systems (HBS). The classes, HBS and SEHS, focus on studying the human body using an applied systems-based approach. While the upper level, SEHS course covers 5 body systems in-depth, students will quickly apply what they learn while conducting labs and writing research papers. This course moves quickly and requires students to work/study outside of class time. HBS, on the other hand, will focus on how the body deals with identity, communication, power, movement, protection, and homeostasis. I will be working to incorporate a project-based approach in all my classes. In addition to these classes, I will be facilitating an online Medical Terminology class where students can earn 3 credits from Missoula College.
I feel fortunate to be involved in the Big Sky Health Science Academy (HSA). The HSA is an exciting opportunity for any student at Big Sky, you do not need to be focused on a future in health care to participate. We simply want to provide students a smaller learning community that includes an applied and connected learning experience. The Academy is focused on providing every student the core curriculum through the lens of the Health Sciences. Academy classes will involve students actively engaging in different fields of the Health Sciences through hands-on laboratory-based activities, field trips, guest speakers, job shadows, and independent research. HBS is the sophomore level of the four-year HSA sequence.
On a personal note, I like to hike, bike, swim, and spend time outside with my family. I look forward to getting students more involved in independent research as well as many of the community opportunities Missoula has to offer. I have taught science at Big Sky High School since 2005.
To stay up to date on what is going on in class please check my Google Classrooms.